1. Dark-headed Hatpins

    Eriocaulon nigrobracteatum

  2. Dark-headed Hatpins

    Eriocaulon nigrobracteatum

  3. Scrub Buckwheat

    Eriogonum longiolium var. gnaphalifolium
    When viewed closely, the ordinary flowers become beautiful stars.

  4. Scrub Eryngium Flowers

    Eryngium cuneifolium

  5. Scrub Eryngium

    Eryngium cuneifolium
    The wedge-shaped or cuneate leaves of the Scrub Eryngium, also known as Wedge Eryngo, make this an easy plant to identify in the white sandy scrub of the Florida Ridge.

  6. Dimpled Trout Lily

    Erythronium umbilicatum

  7. Dimpled Trout Lily

    Erythronium umbilicatum

  8. Eastern Wahoo

    Euonymus atropurpureus

  9. Eastern Wahoo

    Euonymus atropurpureus

  10. Tinted Woodland Spurge

    Euphorbia commutata

  11. Telephus Spurge

    Euphorbia telephioides

  12. Telephus Spurge

    Euphorbia telephioides

  13. Southern Pine Aster

    Eurybia hemispherica

  14. Southern Pine Aster

    Eurybia hemispherica

  15. Apalachicola Aster

    Eurybia spinulosa

  16. Apalachicola Aster

    Eurybia spinulosa

  17. Apalachicola Aster

    Eurybia spinulosa

  18. Godfrey's Swampprivet

    Forestiera godfreyi

  19. Godfrey's Swampprivet

    Forestiera godfreyi
    The beauty of these privet flowers cannot be truly appreciated until they are seen up close.

  20. Dwarf Witchalder

    Fothergilla gardenii

  21. Wiregrass Gentian

    Gentiana pennelliana